Beyond Cape Horn: travels in the Antarctic

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Sierra Club Books, 1980 - Biography & Autobiography - 387 pages
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This book presents Charles Neider's fascinating narrative of his third trip beyond Cape Horn to Antarctica -- the last wild place on earth. In addition to discussing the earlier Antarctic history of exploration, shipboard life in rough seas, psychological rigors of living in a remote land, and the awesome landscape are conveyed with a novelist's touch.

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Contents

Ross Island Revisited
22
McMurdo Station and Environs
39
Wright and Victoria Valleys
65
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Mark Twain, who was born Samuel Clemens in Missouri in 1835, wrote some of the most enduring works of American fiction, including The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. He died in 1910.

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